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David King Udall (1851-1938) —
of St. Johns, Apache
Born in St.
Louis, Mo., September
Member of Arizona
territorial legislature, 1899.
in 1884 on charges of polygamy
and unlawful cohabitation;
not convicted because his second wife Ida could not be found to
testify against him. Convicted
in 1885 of perjury
in connection with a land claim, and sentenced
to three years in prison.
On December 12, 1885, he received a "full and unconditional pardon"
from President Grover
Cleveland, and was released from prison.
Died, as a result of an accidental
fall and myocardial
insufficiency, in St. Johns, Apache
County, Ariz., February
18, 1938 (age 86 years, 164
Interment at St.
Johns Cemetery, St. Johns, Ariz.
of Eliza (King) Udall (1826-1863) and David Udall (1829-1910);
brother of Mary Ann Udall (who married William
Thomas Stewart (1853-1935)); married, February
1, 1875, to Eliza Luella Stewart (1855-1937; sister of William
Thomas Stewart (1853-1935)); married, May 25,
1882, to Ida Frances Hunt (1858-1915; granddaughter of Jefferson
Hunt); married, April 9,
1903, to Mary Ann (Linton) Morgan (1865-1951; widow of John
Hamilton Morgan); father of John
Hunt Udall, Levi
Stewart Udall, Jesse
Addison Udall and Don
Taylor Udall; grandfather of John
Nicholas Udall, Stewart
Lee Udall, Morris
King Udall and Lee
Kenyon Udall; great-grandfather of Milan
Dale Smith, Jr. (1942-), Thomas
Stewart Udall, Mark
E. Udall and Gordon
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Sol Ullman (c.1893-1941) —
of Manhattan, New York
Born in New York, New York
County, N.Y., about 1893.
member of New York
state assembly from New York County 6th District, 1919-23;
defeated, 1923; indicted
by a Federal grand jury in 1921 on charges
of conspiring to create a falsified income tax return for a
manufacturing company; a trial
resulted in a directed verdict of acquittal due to insufficient
evidence; alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from
New York, 1928;
candidate for U.S.
Representative from New York 14th District, 1928.
Member, American Bar
in 1939 on charges
of protecting a physician who performed illegal
abortions; in 1941, a dentist was convicted as Ullman's agent in
protection money from physicians, and during the pendency of the
criminal charges, disbarment
proceedings were brought against him. However, he was never tried,
and his obituary states that he was "exonerated".
Died, in Lenox Hill Hospital,
Manhattan, New York
County, N.Y., July 6,
1941 (age about 48
Entombed at Union
Field Cemetery, Ridgewood, Queens, N.Y.
of Samuel Ullman and Kate Ullman; married to Esther or Estelle
James Leroy Usry (1922-2002) —
also known as James L. Usry —
of Atlantic City, Atlantic
Born in Athens, Clarke
County, Ga., February
basketball player, 1946-51; mayor
of Atlantic City, N.J., 1984-90; defeated, 1982; delegate to
Republican National Convention from New Jersey, 1988;
on July 28, 1989, along with thirteen others, and charged
he later pleaded
guilty to improper reporting of campaign
Died in Absecon, Atlantic
County, N.J., February
25, 2002 (age 80 years, 23
Interment at Atlantic
County Veterans Cemetery, Estell Manor, N.J.